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Accessibility Wizard and .sam file

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by ktrexler, Feb 14, 2003.

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  1. ktrexler

    ktrexler Thread Starter

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    I am taking an online college course and have a test that I can "open" (online) or "download to file". When I tried to open I got error "There was a problem loading the files specified when running the Accessibility Wizard". So, I downloaded it to a floppy and received the same message. So, I came here, found out turning the Wizard off might help. I did that. When I tried to again open the floppy file (which is a .sam file - my icon had changed which I took as a good sign), however, I got the message that ACCWIZ.EXE is missing which I must have to run the file (now, common sense tells me that ACCWIZ.exe is Accessibility Wizard). Thus, I read further in the forum and went back to the Accessibility Properties/General and "uncheck" the "turn off feature" after 5 minutes. Same problem. Still can't open my .sam file. (As info, I tried just "opening" directly from the Web site and got the same messages. Any suggestions? I really need to take that test...........
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    Ken
     
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    As information, I am on Campaq 5280 Win98.
     
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